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If you’re interested in DSP customization, then you’ve already convinced yourself of the advantages that heterogeneous computing can bring to your application. A few days ago I posted about three new features in Hexagon SDK 2.0: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810 support, mDSP offload and dynamic tuning. In this post I’ll focus on a few more features that will help take you to where we think heterogeneous computing and software development are headed:
New chipset support. New target DSP. New real-time tuning. New compiler. New options for audio algorithms.
What are point-releases for, but to introduce new functions? We’ve recently released Hexagon SDK 2.0, with a fistful of ways you can take even greater advantage of the high performance and low power consumption waiting for you on the Hexagon DSP:
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